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shock. nbc's michelle franzen has more on that tonight. >> reporter: the first images of a mangled charter bus after it crashed saturday morning along the pennsylvania turnpike, 20 miles outside harrisburg. on-scene, rescue crews scrambled to help victims on board. 23 women lacrosse players and three coaches from seton hill, a private catholic university in pennsylvania. the team was on its way to play an ncaa division ii match at millersville university when police say the bus veered off the road, plowed through a guardrail, and slammed into a tree. the bus driver died at the scene. and seton hill officials released a statement mourning the loss of the team's head coach, 30-year-old christina quigley, who died shortly after at a hospital. they confirmed she was pregnant and her unborn baby boy died as a result of the crash as well. police say three passengers were seriously injured. 19 others were treated for minor injuries at nearby hospitals. the charter bus is owned and operated by mlaker transportation. in a statement, the company says it's cooperating with police and the univ
died. michelle franzen is here now with the latest. michelle. >> well, leggser, it was christina quigley's second season as seton hill university. she was nearly seven months pregnant, traveling with her team to play in a big game when tragedy struck. >> reporter: holding back tears, seton hill university officials spoke out for the first time following the deadly bus crash that claimed the women's lacrosse coach who was also pregnant. >> we're mourning the loss of our head lacrosse coach and her unborn son. the university extends its deepest sympathies to christina's family and husband. >> reporter: 23 women lacrosse players and three coaches from the private catholic university were on their way to a game saturday morning at millersville university. police say the bus veered off the pennsylvania turnpike mere harrisburg and slammed into a tree. the bus driver died at the scene. 30-year-old quigley and her unborn baby died at a nearby hospital. the tragedy hit home on this close knit campus. >> i had tears in my eyes. >> passengers were seriously injured. 19 others were treated
/kol scholarship to attend. michelle wong will follow who also went to stanford camp. so shannon. >> 10,080 amazing minutes with 75 total strangers my own age. seven days of studying /pha*ts and science at a college campus. i have to thank aaw camp for working so hard to send me to tech trek. this has allowed me a once in a lifetime chance that meant the world to me. >> good evening. tech trek. never have i ever been part of such a motivating place. with tech trek i was able to have a push to pursue my interest in science and math. without that push i probably wouldn't have gone to lowel. so my favorite aspect about it is getting around all these other females that are just as motivated about the topics as you. tech trek will get you there. may tech trek motivate and inspire young women across the nation forever more. >> thank you commissioners. now, it is my very great pleasure to call upon the superintendent for our next item. >> thank you president norton. this is always one of my favorite items in our board meetings where we get to talk about our national board certif
. it was a great honor. i met the president. he and michelle are so passionate about healthy food and cooking. it's nice that they are embracing chefs in this country to act as culinary liaisons when other countries come to visit the white house. >> how does it work? >> there's not a food tester, but there is a culinary secret service person in the kitchen. once you start cooking, he can't take his eyes off the plate. he's not going to tell me hey, i liked this. >> amazing sitting there in his restaurant in san francisco. being in the bay area, we have access to dynamic people. we will continue to chronicle their stories in the months to come. you can watch the interviews we have done in the past at www.nbcbayarea.com/theinterview. thanks for joining us tonight. have a great weekend. see you next time. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! [ mom ] don't stress. we can figure this out. ♪ [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $1
language education michelle [inaudible]. we have with us the assistance -- jennifer [inaudible]. so our outcomes for tonight -- we'd like to introduce the shifts in the 2012 california english language development standards and why they're important. we'd like to share some new data and then present the process and timeline for the [inaudible] action plan revisions. so the purpose of the new california eld standards is to align with california's common course state standards for english language arts, history, social studies, science and technical subjects in common course state standards and also to highlight and amplify key language [inaudible] that are critical for el's to succeed in school while they are developing english. tonight you'll hear a little bit about our work to date. so the purpose is also to provide opportunities to en/hreurb learners to access and engage with -- in light of the next generation content standards. it's critical that this be a tool that is deeply understood and used by all teachers. we've been engaged in making this happen with our partners from hu
book "ike and dick." and we conclude tonight's prime time programming at 11:15 eastern with michelle rhee. the former d.c. public schools chancellor writes about education reform in her book, "radical: fighting to put students first." that all happens tonight on c-span2's booktv. >> bethty friedan's "the feminine mystique" was published in 1963. it would play an sweggal role in the second wave of federalism in the united states. a panel discusses the impact of the book 50 years after its publication. this is a little over an hour. >> um, well, first i want to thank the new america foundation for having us. um, i in particular am very honored to be a moderator, because up until now this late date in my career no one has ever found me moderate enough in my views to actually be moderator. [laughter] so i'm really happy to tonight for the first time in my life moderate a panel. and it's, obviously, a great honor to talk about betty free dan's "feminine mystique" on its 50th anniversary and, obviously, it's a book that has put the spark, um, under the culture and really it's that very, ve
the first online book club meets a the end of the month. watch a video of michele alexander at booktv.org and read in the jim crow. and on tuesday, march 26 at 9:00 p.m. eastern join us live online at twitter and facebook with your questions and comments on the new jim-crow. and no the results of the state legislature's decision shortly after hurricane katrina to reassign control the majority of enormous public schools to be recoveries school district administered by the state. following a student, teacher, and a principle as they traversed different segments of the educational system. this is about half an hour. >> is great to see some many people out tonight to do such amazing work for kids in new ones. thank you so much for coming. i am just going to talk front-end are 15 minutes or so and then take questions. and if there are some people here tonight you are in the buck , they might be willing to answer your questions during that session as well if you are interested in hearing about what it was like to be part of the process from their vantage points. the other day i wa
you can't just go out and fake a walk. president obama talked about how he would like to take michelle obama for a walk neighborhood. it is it a chose you make if you are the leader of the free world. >> his entire life to be a political machine. >> nancy pelosi said he never did anything in hotdogs -- his life that is political. >> you cursed my world view. he said what did he say, this is the toughest thing of being president. >> could he be right? >> he could be right. i think it would be in israel good to wear a disguise. >> i am famous and can't go outside. >> people want to take pictures of me. >> no one is forcing you to be a star or president . >> he is president of the most powerful country in the world . so right, nice. >> bill, should a president grow a mustach. we haven't had one since grover. >> it james garfield, and it was a mouse-- musstatch. he was the first hipster in the 1880ings. i spoke with graphicings of - graphics what the president would look like with a wig and beard and it might look something like am just messing with you. i maintain he has. if he had the ri
that in our state. let's start off the program by saying a few weeks ago, first lady obama, michelle obama was in town. she was celebrating at one of our school districts in clinton, mississippi there has been a reduction of 13% of childhood obesity. so mississippi is doing good things. i don't think we need more government involvement in an industry like a food services industry to be the whipping stock of the nation. >> geraldo: what about the argument that a fat person is really particularly because so often obesity and poverty run hand in hand, that is person that you are going to have to pay for and why not restrict the color intake if it is possible? why not try to mandate good rules? >> i could agree with you on that. here is what our bill says. we are going to reserve that authority to the state legislature. we don't want a hodgepodge of resumes and regulations so you would have no consistency whatsoever. we believe it's the best interests of the people of mississippi to control that from the state level. if there is regulations that need to be implemented let's get with the trade
says dr. lincoln is in the library, and he means, "distract michelle. i'm going out for a smoke." remember, republicans agreed to raise taxes, and in exchange, we're supposed to be taking an ax to the budget. he wants to raise taxes again. remember this the next time some journalist asks a republican, cassette and are you saying you would not take $1 in tax hikes in exchange for $10 in budget cuts?"-- "are you saying you would not take $1 in tax hikes in exchange for $10 in budget cuts?" we are the indians and the obama administration are andrew jackson. we have been through this before. the democrats tripled the budget. it is not true that it was reagan's tax cuts that led to the deficit. the problem was for every additional dollar that came in to the internal revenue service, the democrats were spending another $3. then reagan's knuckle head of a vice president, the first george bush, unable to learn from the first kick of a mule, made the exact same deal with democrats. he raised taxes in exchange for promised cuts in spending. hikell gladly take a tax today for a cut in spen
talks about the hacking scandal for michelle obama, the first lady. now, is that a clue that there's no news? yes, there was no news. i mean, basically, it is the president using that format, i think, and we saw this with the cbs interview so widely criticized, the 60 minutes interview, he uses the press in this way on his terms and i think this is what we're seeing succeed for him time and again. >> jon: go ahead. >> except, let's be honest, this is the president of the united states who as candidate called 6 trillion dollars unamerican, and 6 trillion dollars is unamerican, 16 trillion dollars is not american. i mean, this is the next level and yet, the media are acting like, i think you are correct, kirsten, well, we've heard it before. but bush never called his, you know, 6 trillion dollar national debt unamerican. obama did, hold him accountable. if it's unamerican, let's call him unaccountable. >> i was about to say we went through a terrible recession and steps had to be taken and dick cheney is the man who said deficits don't matter. >> but you're avoiding the number one pr
went up and had dinner with michelle and the kids. then, of course, the lecture that the prime minister gave the president in the oval office during a photo op. i mean, you're a professional diplomat. can that really be overcome when you're dealing with personal issues versus policy? >> oh, absolutely. i think you grit your teeth very hard and after the meeting is over and you're in private with your own friends and aidees, you may have a few choice words. in the meetings themselves, it's important for national interest to prevail. i would be surprised if that didn't happen. nothing really should be allowed to obscure the gap between the policies that the obama administration is pursuing and what netanyahu and the israelis would like to see. it's that huge substantive canyon that's important here, not their personal likes or dislikes. >> the poll showed 10% of israelis like the president. the white house, according to the "new york times", a senior official said the setting that he'll speak at a convention center, reflected his interest in reaching out to younger israelis. given the kne
had their phones:. >> what can we do? >> michele from this internet mobile security smart phone >> you can pinpoint it on a google matchup. and make it have a piercing scream. if the incorrect pass code is entered three times the camera will activate and what text that photograph to you. >> this website is dedicated to the tech world funding across our cellphone security with a personal experience. >> they held a knife to meet and they said to give me your phone >> more likely they will know how to switch the phone off. >> they will turn off the device before this can wait it out and resell it. and then it will send you an e- mail with the location. >> reporter: until california passes that law this problem will continue >> what needs to happen is that is thieves start stealing and cannot resell them there is no market for them. >> reporter: it is a free application from the android or itunes called 'wipeout'.. >> bart and caltrans will be shutting down part of interstate 880 for several hours this weekend. they'll be doing some critical work on the new oakland airport connector kron 4
parts you know he as michelle malkin said we are more than your lady parts and more than our vaginas and i think i can say that on tv. >> mike: you just did. >> you know what we should have said? you should have had people like me and rachel and celebrities saying i'm pissed off, president obama, do not objectify me. i care about my pocket book and having a job and putting food on the table for my children. democrats would never go around talking about sexual issues with men. and we just got the to stop it and we have to smile about it and we have to say women, you know, all the young women i is spoke to at cpac you know what they said crystal? contraception is not my main issue. paying student loans off and getting a job and it pisses me off when democrats talk down to me. >> dick morris spoke at cpac and said the gop needs to give up overturning roe versus wade. that is just an issue that needs to go away. we don't need to talk about it. is it hurting us? >> one of the big issues in the election is how do we get the hispanic vote, right? and i had a very interesting experience. you
love you, michelle. here's the picture in hulk hogan's file. hillary clinton, ouch. an arrogance to these suspects? a former hacker now with the cybersecurity fund called beyond trust. >> there is an inherent ignorance to that. you know, the hackers that i worry about more are the folks you don't hear from. >> reporter: when some hackers show their cockiness, their swagger, that can catch up to them. why do they do it? mayfrai who once hacked pentagon and other systems said most of the time it's just to show they can. brian todd, cnn, washington. >> that picture is just disturbing. brian todd, thank you, we appreciate it. >>> it's st. patrick's day, as if you diddant know. what better way to celebrate than with a pint of guinness. we have a handy guy to get you ready for the day. a new role. working behind the scenes to provide companies with services... like helping hr departments manage benefits and pensions for over 11 million employees. reducing document costs by up to 30%... and processing $421 billion dollars in accounts payables each year. helping thousands of companies si
and thoughts from michelle obama on the role of first ladies throughout history now available for the discounted price of $12.95 plus shipping at cspan.org slash products. c-span, created by america's cable companies. brought to you as a public service by your television provider. next, speeches from the conservative political action conference, including former alaska governor, sarah palin. form alaska governor and former vice presidential candidate says, we're not here to rebrand a party. we are are here to rebuild a country. speaking before the conservative , sheical action conference talks about the effort to increase white house transparency. this is 30 minutes. [applause] >> as all of you know i am not remotely cool enough to be sarah palin. but i could not resist this moment to come out and say a word about my friend, governor sarah palin. the mainstream media wants us to shut up. the mainstream media wants conservatives to accept defeat. and they are absolutely convinced that women cannot be conservatives. and if they are they especially cannot shoot really big guns an
. i digress. a festive touch first observed in 2009 and it was inspired by first lady michelle obama, a gushing nod to her hometown, chicago. the royal couple getting ready to welcome a new addition to the family, a boy, a girl, no one knows yet, but the duchess of cambridge does have a preference and so does her husband, prince william. and it looks like he they don't agree. ♪ baby love, my baby love ♪ ♪ i need you, oh how i need you ♪ ♪ when you need to leave for the airport, how much traffic there is, and can have your boarding pass ready. the droid razr maxx hd by motorola. droid-smart. droid-powerful. the longest 4g lte battery in a razr thin profile. with 32 hours of battery life that turns an all-nighter, into a two-nighter. the droid razr maxx hd by motorola. droid-endurance. droid-powerful. >> no word yet whether the royal baby is going to be a boy or a girl, but kate middleton wants... wait for it, a soldier who met the duchess who is five months pregnant says while she and william were attending it a ceremony honoring irish guards, he asked her if she knew the b
with michelle rhee, the former d.c. public schools chancellor writes about education reform in her book, "radical: fighting to put students first." that's next on c-span2's booktv. >> up next on booktv, alec foege talks about the contributions made to our society by modern-day ben franklins and thomas edisons. this is about an hour, 15 minutes. [applause] >> well, i hope i can live up to the introduction. [laughter] first, i want to say it's a real privilege to give a talk on my book at the westport library because the westport library has been a real innovator in terms of bringing tinkering and the maker culture into the library setting. so it was just sort of a coincidence that brought us together, but it's worked out really great, and thanks to bill derry for helping make this all happen. um, as he mentioned in his introduction, um, you know, my book is a lot -- it's partially about what's going on in tinkering right now in the contemporary world, but it also touches on history. but more specifically, it talks about what the ideas behind being a tinkerer are and what is the mindset o
that research could lead to significant savings in the future. here is what congress woman michele bachmann had to say in her speech at cpac. >> we cared in the 1950s when we had an epidemic of polio that was sweeping over the nation. at that time economists told us the annual costs to deal with polio would be something like $100 billion a year. if you translate that into today's dollars you are talking more like trillions of dollars. or a trillion dollars. and yet those huge costs didn't happen to us. why? because someone cared. >> shannon: tim pinkerton, contributing editor and writer for the spi the conservative me joins us now. it is not polio but we have other medical issues we spend billions, maybe even trillions treating instead of curing. do you think we need to change the conversation? >> alzheimer's for example which is a roughly $172 billion hit on the u.s. economy every year headed toward a trillion dollars a year. headed toward a cumulative cost by 2050 of perhaps 20 trillion with a t dollars total. that is a medical burden that nobody's health insurance plan can fix by itself. not
by the parents of the army private after using it. michelle lee -- michael lee collapsed after ten minutes of running. the parents blame the supplement saying it shouldn't have been on store shelves in the first place. good to see you both. let me start with you. if you go to the gnc website it describes this as follows. ultra intense muscle strength and energy, power and endurance. vicky, allegedly contains a powerful stimulant and some experts say it's kind of like amphetamines. so do the parents have a legitimate wrongful death cause of action? >> i absolutely think they did he especially against the manufacturers. it's banned in seven different countries. it's called a controlled substance and not a natural supplement. at this point it is absolutely going to be able to be proven and probably out of court on the wrongful death suit. this is harmful and unsafe dietary supplement not good for human consumption. that is the biggest problem. they don't have to be meet standards of drugs. fda doesn't have to look at that. these supplement providers have to show the labels. they don't have to
. even following the best practices there is still a chance it can become affected. michelle obama, who i am sure has very good cyber security practices, she had her personal information stolen. it is about managing the risk rather than you thinking you can protect yourself from big tax. hacks. big host: the president saying " we have made it clear to china and other state actors that we expect them to follow international norms and abide by international rules." that is something that james clapper echoed in his testimony. host: the united states is pushing very hard for a set of the international norms, which is basically the rules of the of what is acceptable and not acceptable. certain countries like china and russia believe that filtering internet content is a legitimate role of the state. -- theyieve certain believe the government should have a right to control that. in the united states we disagree. we support free speech. that is an example of that kind of disagreement that is occurring right now. if you look at if -- host: if you look at the threats we facing in this country, is
at that. it was michelle obama, though, who suggested the fountains on the north and south lawns were d dyed green to mark st. patrick's day today. >>> and an encore. watching barney frank take the broadway stage for a one-week appearances in a play, we've learned frank has another retirement plan up his had sleeve. the outspoken democrat just printed an opinion piece in the main sunday telegram, and if you read the fine print, you'll learn he will now be a regular contributor to "the telegram's" insight section. >>> and more trouble for carnival cruise lines. a third ship, count three now, finds itself in need of repairs. first. >>> an iraqi came up, perfect english, an american hostage being held, she's at the hospital. make sure authorities know. >> a look back at some of the most monumental moments of the war are in iraq with journalists including the one you just saw there who helped cover it ten years ago. >>> you're watching msnbc. the place for politics. i'm up next, but now i'm singing the heartburn blues. hold on, prilosec isn't for fast relief. cue up alka-seltzer. it stops h
. michelle obama made a speech at the university of iowa. they had set up on of the early voting places right across the street. she gave her speech and marched right out to vote. that is the way they got a lot of their votes. there is some fraud, too. you know that. then you look at the republicans. unfortunately we let the establishment pick another loser for us. the fight we have and the fight i am asking you to engage in is between the establishment and the grass roots. the establishment has given us a whole series of losers, bob dole and john mccain and mitt romney. even when they picked a winner they picked somebody who spent more than the democrats, added more programs that cost money to the taxpayers, and he tried to give us open borders to the north american union and through the amnesty that he lined up with ted kennedy. we need to have the grassroots takeover and elect the kind of candidate sarah palin has been backing. that is your challenge. i urge you to be a part of the republican party because we have a two-party system, a third party is not going to cut it, we need to have yo
and rudy guiliani, and past winners, michele bachmann. they did not go on to be president, but popular at the gathering. >> tucker: you want to look at the republican debates, look at the cpac lineup, pretty accurate. >> alisyn: and dr. ben carson in the limelight after the national prayer breakfast,' he gave his vision before the president. he was a huge hit and got rousing standing ovation from the podium there and he made a-- possibly a slip or a joke about running for the white house. let's listen to dr. carson. >> it's almost laughable some of the things i hear people say to criticize me, he's a neuro surgeon, he couldn't know anything about economics. it's not brain surgery. i can tell you this much, even as a local brain surgeon, if you have the highest corporate tax rates in the world, then of course corporations are going to have money elsewhere. corporations are not in business to be social welfare organizations. they are there to make money and a wise government knows how to use that to their advantage. >> alisyn: all right. what i was referring to, a little slip was during
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